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Wolff: 'Very bold' for Red Bull to build own engine

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says Red Bull's decision to become self-sufficient by building its own F1 power unit is a "very bold strategy". There is no looking back for Red Bull Powertrains, the entity set up by Red Bull at Milton Keynes that will develop an F1 power unit catering to the sport's all-new 2026 engine regulations. It was anticipated that Red Bull would partner with Porsche on its F1 engine project but while there were extensive discussions between the two parties, the talks reached a dead end. Red Bull therefore heads into its engine future on its own, although team boss Christian Horner has indicated that the energy drink company remains open to a partnership that...
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